A Colour Overload for the Nashville Walls Project, Tennessee 2017

The Nashville Walls Project woke up the city of Nashville to street art last May with their successful project that saw local and international street artists transform Nashville into an open art museum. Read more here.

Nearly a year later April 10th – 18th, the second phase of the Nashville Walls Project has taken place in the downtown district called “The Gulch”.

The artists involved were Jason Woodside and Ian Ross, who each had local artist assistants, Nathan Brown (Jason Woodside) and Chris Zidek (Ian Ross).

Jason’s wall was an impressive thirty feet tall and one hundred and twenty feet long.

Ian’s wall was even bigger at thirty five feet tall and one hundred and fifty feet long.

Check back at a later date for more goings on in Nashville …



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